The gold from the garrison/order hall is greatly missed. I can see why they might have wanted to lessen it, but after two expansions in a row, it really doesn't feel good. The reason I had alts was for making gold from their professions, then the garrison/order halls came along and that was a bonus. With professions making less gold and the table missions gold reduced, I have hardly even bothered with my alts in BfA.
I have never done missions across my characters exclusively for gold. In fact, most of the missions for Legion and WoD were dedicated to rep and other things and I rarely chose gold. This expansion however I am choosing all the gold missions so once I level up my other 10+ alts, I will likely do the same.
How has Tailoring as a profession fared for you in Battle for Azeroth? Have you participated in PvP content to get all of your rank 2 and 3 recipes? How many bags have you sold?Well, since my alt is a tailor, I use it to make some cash. In my opinion, not only tailoring got many benefits from different leveling system added in BfA, but other professions too. However, some high-ranked recipes are hardly available currently. Many of rank 2 and 3 recipes require you to participate in PvP content, which I don't like much. This way, I had to skip getting some recipes I miss, and I have no other ways to make profit that differs from making bags. I don't remember exactly how many bag I have created, but making it provided me with a nice wage.
WOW gold video explains so nice how he set the prices for a crafting group, and the shopping operations wich i keep struggling, i think ill study this one so i can try new markets or investing better in the ones already do.
I know a lot of alts drop tailoring when Hexweave Bags became cheap (went as low as 1.2k on my server). I just kept them and stockpiling bag mats till it bounced back. Usually instead of changing an alt's profession I would just make a new alt with the prof I want anyway. Prices are now around 2.2-2.5k; not the best but good enough for me since I make gold from all the other profs too.
Do you miss running missions at-scale for gold-making?Absolutely, as a player who likes to be self sufficient I have alts with every profession so the bonus of all the gold from the old mission tables was a nice extra perk.If it were possible to generate gold consistently through missions but requiring 10, 20 or 50 characters, would you do it?At 10 maybe, would depend on what level they had to be or what other kind of farming/set up was required for it to be profitable vs in put time.
If I could conjure up an app or tool, it would be pretty much any AH app at all. Anything that let me post auctions from work would help. Also, yes, of course I miss gold missions. I feel like "passive" gameplay-based income has been trending up with every patch, so we'll see. I don't have time for a bunch of alts until we get flying, anyway.
Thanks to Samadan for the gold tips! Also I am looking into using the discord bot to check prices when I am not at the AH.
i made a 110 DH twink recently. While farming freehold i realized there was a lot of greens and cloth dropping so i took up tailoring for increased cloth drops. i can scrap all the greens for expulsom!
Yes, I really miss the legion hall gold making.... I leveled a lot of alts just to take advantage of it... now I got these alts just sitting there collecting dust.
War resource system is useless atm my main got like 20k war resource all the time even i run missions fully, at least they should add more stuff we can get with war resource or smt else to burn it. atm its broken.About expulson/enchanting shuffling tbh its risky as atm mats worth a lot more then crafting so herbalism+enchanting is the best for me so i can de all rewards/drops and sell herbs thats still profitable not as much as first 2 months of bfa as i did like 2m just from herbs+de's Another thing atm to get gold is emissaries with alts and weekly IE quest cap to get treasure map so u can get a chance of 5k gold mission also while capping u have chance to get drops to sell etc.
Tailoring and leather-working have made me a fair bit of gold this xpac. It is fairly time consuming to get all the expulsions you need however. Also the 30 slot hexweave bags still sell for quite a bit.
I have never heard of this bot before this post, so now I'm interested in checking it out. I currently make decent gold selling the draenor tailoring bags.
I never considered running missions for gold as being fun. More like tedious. But I am not a huge gold maker - only 2.5 million on my main server. And I haven't seriously put in the effort to make gold this Xpac. My main focus was getting the Polished Pet Charm pets.I have no desire to go back to the days of logging into multiple characters to load up on gold missions. It always seemed like a cheap tactic to me. It seems like they have shifted this to the paragon chests as they reward a nice amount of gold. It makes more sense as you do have to play the game to get the reward rather than send minions to get it for you.
I absolutely agree that it's the per account cap that needs to go up. 18 characters on a realm is plenty (although that does lock you in to certain types and youc an't have them all on one faction) and itll be at 16 per faction whenever the new allied races drop. And of course, if you're on servers that are now merged, that cap is effectively higher due to the additional realm(s) you have, so you could have all of your toons on one cluster now. There's got to be a certain level of diminishing returns on that though.
I would love to put all my characters on the same realm.It’s about time that they do this
Which strategy is most profitable for you? Do you combine all three equally or focus on one method more than others? Do you prefer a different gold-making strategy like farming?I find flipping strategy the most profitable for me even though it can be risky at times. Sometimes I do farm and craft items by myself but I find it less profitable and more time consuming. I mainly focus on these two (or three?) strategies.